City of Charlottesville

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – The popular City Market will kick off its 2017 season on Saturday, April 1 from 7 am – Noon.  The market features over 100 local vendors that sell a variety of fresh produce, herbs, plants, meats, crafts, baked goods and much, much, more…

 City Market, which is managed by the City of Charlottesville Department of Parks & Recreation, provides a fun, safe, family-friendly environment for local vendors to display and sell their home-grown or hand-made products.
Customers who receive SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program) can turn $10 into $30 with the help of matching vouchers from Market Central and the International Rescue Committee.  Debit cards will also be accepted.
Residents will also be able to drop-off their compostable materials at the City Market again this year.  For more information regarding the composting program, please visit or you can contact them at
Come see everything the City Market has to offer every Saturday, 7 AM – 12 Noon, April – October; located downtown at 100 Water Street across from the Water St. Parking Garage.